EdgeStick Ceramic Styling Comb

October 23, 2010

EdgeStick Pressing Comb

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Name: EdgeStick Ceramic Styling Comb

Price: $69.00 (Consumer Model) and $79.00 (Professional Model)

Rating: 4 out of 5

Product Promise: The Azure EdgeStick™ is a professional styling tool that can help you manage your hair, and is suitable for all hair types and textures: coarse, curly, straight, thick and fine. And, it is safe to use on color-treated hair.

The standout feature is the double-comb design with ceramic-coated barrel. The comb separates the individual hair strands at the hairline and roots, allowing the hair to glide untangled across the heated ceramic-coated barrel to achieve an instantly smooth appearance. And unlike any other tool in the industry, the EdgeStick™ lets you get closest to the hair root – even touching the scalp – without the danger of burning your scalp, face, or ears.

The Review:

I recently received an EdgeStick Ceramic Styling Comb from Family Affair Hair Care, the authorized US distributor, in the mail to review. The EdgeStick is a digital temperature controlled new age pressing comb (Up to 400F, 450F on the professional model) . It’s very light-weight and consists of a small barrel enclosed with comb teeth on both sides. So how did it perform?

I used very small sections to press the front and sides of my head that were reverting from a week old flatiron job. What I loved about the EdgeStick was that it kept good on it’s promise not to burn like old school pressing combs did. I didn’t feel a thing! It’s one of the reasons why I stick to flatirons instead of pressing combs… I’m terrified to get burned and re-live childhood memories of burning smells of Blue Magic and getting scorched by a pressing comb. But the EdgeStick did a perfect job of straightening my roots while providing an amazing shine. I’m serious… I’m talking next level Sedu shine! Below is a picture of my hair after using the EdgeStick. I apologize in advance… was rushing for a wedding and didn’t have time for before and afters/closeups before I left out. Again, I only used it on my sides and the front of my hair.

EdgeStick

The only problem I ran into was that the teeth are very small, so there was no way I was going to attempt to run this from my roots to my ends. You have to use very small sections, and for all of that… you’re better off using a flat iron. If the manufacturers developed a a larger version with wider teeth I would definitely recommend it for pressing your entire head. But for now… the EdgeStick is a winner for anyone with a short hairstyle, touching up new growth on relaxed hair and straightened natural hair. It would also be a perfect tool for women who are transitioning to natural while primarily wearing their hair straight. Because it definitely will get your roots straight! Just make sure to use heat protectant and try to use the lowest heat setting possible.

Below is a demonstration of the EdgeStick. You can purchase the EdgeStick and save 20% off by clicking HERE.



{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Lichelle October 30, 2010 at 10:26 am

This may just work for me. I’m 8 months post and wear my hair straight all the time.

Teniecia November 5, 2010 at 8:34 am

This seems really good has anyone used it personally I would like to know just how well it works im still using the traditional hot comb for my edges and I can use a burn free solution : /

Alexia November 7, 2010 at 11:47 am

I’ve used it and it works as stated. You barely feel the heat at all. But its not practical for trying to straighten all of your hair. I only use it to touch up my edges between relaxers.

Lissette December 1, 2010 at 5:58 am

My cousin was sent a Edgestick while she was a soldier in Iraq. She said she loved it and it was good for the hair style while she was on duty. I used hers and it worked well for me too.

Hazel Levy March 17, 2014 at 10:42 pm

I used my friends Edge Stick and loved it. She sent me one for a gift but there is something wrong with the heating elements. My friend said she bought them both a year ago and no longer has the receipt that I need for a “Return Authorization Number” from you for repair or replacement. It’s in it’s original box like new. I only plugged it in twice prior to the problem.
May I return it without that receipt? What can I do?

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